If you’re a parent, yesterday at 2am was a time you were not really looking forward to – daylight savings time, when we “spring forward” and lose an hour of our day. Before I had children, I didn’t really give this weird time thing any second thought. Then it meant I got off work an hour early or just had to go in an hour extra. That was it — no real worries.
As a parent though, daylight savings time can have a real changing effect on the whole household. My kids are really into routine, and when we lose a whole hour, that routine gets messed up. And then my day gets messed up too.
Here are 5 reasons I hate daylight savings time as a parent:
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